Oxford American Tournament @ Stanford, 3/19

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Oxford American Tournament @ Stanford, 3/19

Post by vengefulsweatermensch » Wed Mar 08, 2017 10:28 pm

Hi there,

Stanford University will be hosting a mirror the Oxford American Tournament (OAT) on March 19, 2017 (note that this is a Sunday). The field cap is set at 8 teams. It'll be an open tournament, so anyone can play - high schoolers, old folks, chimera teams, etc. To sign up, email me (Nathan Weiser) at nlweiser@stanford.edu, specifying the number of teams you intend to register as well as what school you represent, if any. Single players looking for teammates are encouraged to do so by posting in this thread.

Fee structure:
Base fee: $120 per team, $40 minimum (to cover the mirror fee)
Buzzer discount: $10 per working buzzer set (capped at three buzzers)
Approved moderator discount: $50 per approved moderator
Travel discount: $10 if your trip is more than 200 miles one way (according to Google Maps)

Field:
Stanford (1 team)
Berkeley (2 teams)
Saratoga HS (1 team)
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Re: Oxford American Tournament @ Stanford, 3/19

Post by gyre and gimble » Thu Mar 09, 2017 12:56 am

The field cap is unlikely to change, due to room availability. Not that we've had many tournaments that were bigger than that in our region this year.
Stephen Liu
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Re: Oxford American Tournament @ Stanford, 3/19

Post by Saltasassi » Sun Mar 19, 2017 9:46 pm

Stanford beat Berkeley A in the first round of an advantage final to win this tournament. Thanks to all the players who came out to participate, thanks to our moderators Dennis Sun and Neil Gurram, and thanks to Oxford for writing the set.

Stats can be found here: http://www.hsquizbowl.org/db/tournament ... all_games/
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